Brighton & Hove to mark Trans Day of Remembrance on Sunday, November 20

Graham Robson November 17, 2022

The event, which is co-organised by TNBI and LGBTQ+ organisations / charities and is free for all to attend – will run from 12-4pm, and will start with community speakers in Jubilee Square from 12pm, before a performance from Rainbow Chorus, and a light lunch in the neighbouring TLC.

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Clare Project, Switchboard and TransPride Brighton to host Trans Day of Remembrance Vigil on November 21

Graham Robson November 18, 2021

Attendees are encouraged to bring flowers, candles and signs. After listening to guest speakers, the vigil will head inside the Ledward Centre to watch a memorial video, take refreshments and reflect / socialise

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Trans Day of Remembrance – a message of solidarity from the Rainbow Chorus

Graham Robson November 20, 2020

As the choir is unable to join in physical union for TDoR and stand in solidarity with the trans community, they have come together online to produce a stirring video dedicated to those trans lives lost.

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Stonewall to hold Digital Vigil for Trans Day of Remembrance

Dale Melita November 19, 2020

Stonewall to host an online event on Friday, November 20 from 6pm to mark Trans Day of Remembrance, a day dedicated to remembering those whose lives have been taken by transphobia in the past year.

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Trans in the City announce series of events to mark Trans Awareness Week

Graham Robson November 10, 2020

Trans in the City, a corporate collaboration to increase trans awareness and education in industry, announces it, along with its members, will be running a series of online events to mark this year’s Trans Awareness Week

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Have your say: planning for the 2020 Trans Day of Remembrance

Rachel Badham November 6, 2020

The Clare Project and QTIPoC Narratives Collective have set up an online consultation survey for TNBI (trans, non-binary, intersex and gender-variant) people and QTIBIPoC (queer trans intersex black indigenous people of colour) to share their ideas for the 2020 Trans Day of Remembrance.

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